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    Author: FIFA

    Kieran Gibbs
    Kieran Gibbs’ red card was a case of mistaken identity in the Premier League last season

    A landmark decision by the International Football Association Board (The IFAB) at its 130th Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Cardiff, Wales, will pave the … Continue

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      Gianni Infantino
      Gianni Infantino

      A trial of the use of video assistant referees for “game-changing decisions” in football will begin no later than the 2017-18 season, reports BBC Sport.

      Technology would only be applied to key incidents concerning goals, red cards, mistaken … Continue

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        Author: Alan Biggs

        Video Tech

        Football is moving ever closer to the use of video referees, as proposed and championed by You Are The Ref experts.

        The latest major steps will see the idea discussed by the law making body – the International Football Association … Continue

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          Author: Jason Pettigrove

          Thierry Henry
          Incidents like Thierry Henry’s controversial goal against Ireland could be avoided with video technology

          Technology in football has always been one of those subjects that everyone alludes to but don’t, in actuality, want to do too much about.

          All manner … Continue

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            Author: Alan Biggs

            Nicola Rizzoli

            Nicola Rizzoli’s failure to punish the tackle that left Manchester United’s Luke Shaw with a shattered leg presents another irresistible case for the introduction of video referees, argues Keith Hackett.

            You Are The Ref experts believe PSV Eindhoven’s Hector Moreno … Continue

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              Author: Alan Biggs

              Howard Webb

              Howard Webb has added his voice to those of You Are The Ref experts in urging football to move towards the introduction of video referees.

              Keith Hackett, England’s former refereeing chief, has repeatedly called for the game to embrace and … Continue

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